Ibrahim 'Ib' Kamara

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Ibrahim 'Ib' Kamara is a British stylist who interrogates masculinity through his styling and art direction. Kamara was appointed senior fashion editor-at-large for i-D Magazine in 2019.

Born in Sierra Leone, Kamara grew up in the Gambia before moving to London aged 11. His project 2026 - shot in South Africa with photographer Kristin-Lee Moolman - explored the future of black masculinity, photographing street cast models in clothing scavenged from dumpsters and refashioned pieces bought from local Johannesburg markets. It was included in Somerset House's 2016 exhibition Utopian Voices Here and Now.

Previously mentored by Buffalo stylist Barry Kamen, Kamara has worked as costume stylist on musician Sampha’s short film “Process,” directed by Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar. In 2017, he worked with Nadine Ijewere on her #StellaBy collaboration. He has also worked for brands including Dior, Stella McCartney and Nike.

Ibrahim 'Ib' Kamara is a British stylist who interrogates masculinity through his styling and art direction. Kamara was appointed senior fashion editor-at-large for i-D Magazine in 2019.

Born in Sierra Leone, Kamara grew up in the Gambia before moving to London aged 11. His project 2026 - shot in South Africa with photographer Kristin-Lee Moolman - explored the future of black masculinity, photographing street cast models in clothing scavenged from dumpsters and refashioned pieces bought from local Johannesburg markets. It was included in Somerset House's 2016 exhibition Utopian Voices Here and Now.

Previously mentored by Buffalo stylist Barry Kamen, Kamara has worked as costume stylist on musician Sampha’s short film “Process,” directed by Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar. In 2017, he worked with Nadine Ijewere on her #StellaBy collaboration. He has also worked for brands including Dior, Stella McCartney and Nike.

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